Tag Archives: Naval Medical Research Center

Navy Medicine Researchers Work to Prevent Travelers’ Diarrhea

By Cmdr. Mark Riddle, head, enteric diseases department, Naval Medical Research Center Let’s talk about travelers’ diarrhea and the possibility of a vaccine to prevent it.  Not a subject you would expect to read about in a Navy Medicine blog but a very important subject for operational health, as well as global health.   While it’s often referred to among …

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Navy Medicine Continues Work on Malaria Vaccine

From Capt. Judith Epstein, malaria vaccine development program, Naval Medical Research Center When it comes to the malaria parasite, how dangerous is a mosquito to deployed Sailors and Marines?  Malaria, caused by the protozoan Plasmodium which is carried by a mosquito, is responsible for more suffering and death across the world than any other parasite. More person-days were lost among …

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Hot off the Press: Navy Medicine Magazine (Spring 2013)

From U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs Navy Medicine is proud to present the 2013 spring issue of Navy Medicine Magazine. It features various articles and photos highlighting the great work being done by Navy Medicine around the world. The spring issue marks the 70th anniversary of the Navy Medicine magazine and is full of compelling articles …

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Naval Medical Research Center News

By Naval Medical Research Center, Public Affairs  Navy Medicine is proud to present the July 2012 issue of Naval Medical Research and Development News. It features various articles and photos highlighting the great work and research being done across Navy Medicine and around the world. Click here to view the newsletter online.

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NMRC & STEM: Encourages students to pursue science and engineering careers

Captain Richard L. Haberberger, Jr., commanding officer, Naval Medical Research Center Often, when we talk about Navy Medicine‟s notable achievements in biomedical research and development, we highlight those who came before us whose efforts and accomplishments laid the cornerstones for the foundation of our successful enterprise. To sustain our legacy, we also need to look to the future, and that …

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